KKK, Blackface Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Vetoes Ban on Sanctuary Cities

KKK, blackface Virginia Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam (D) vetoed a ban on sanctuary cities in his state.

The Washington Times reported that Governor Northam said he was vetoing the bill Tuesday because it imposes an unneeded burden on local law enforcement officials and “sends a chilling message.”

Republicans in the Virginia General Assembly narrowly passed the legislation along party lines.

Northam also vetoed a bill that would require law enforcement officials to notify the feds when an individual living in the US illegally is released from prison, reported the Times.

 

Ralph Northam is now on record advocating for the murder of born alive babies and protecting illegal aliens who rape and murder American citizens.

It has been two months since a picture from Democrat Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook from 1984 surfaced showing two men, one in a KKK hood and robes and one in ‘blackface’ on the same page as Northam and he is still in office despite the calls for him to resign from both sides of the aisle.

Northam initially admitted to being in the racist yearbook photo and apologized, then he quickly backpedaled and claimed he had never seen the photo before his aide brought it to his attention last month.

While many people found the racist yearbook photo to be offensive, Northam’s endorsement of infanticide is what angered many Americans, prompting calls for his resignation.


Only a Democrat would work to pass legislation to protect illegal aliens rather than innocent babies.

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